Tarot by the Moon is Victoria Constantino’s new book. They say don’t judge a book by its cover, but they’d be wrong in this case. The cover is gorgeous as is the interior design. The cover and design promise a revealing of the moon’s magic combined with tarot and the book delivers. Get your copy to embrace the moon's energy throughout the year. But for now, you can sample a spread.
Combine the magic of the moon and the power of tarot. The Cold Moon of December heralds the beginning of winter. One of the spreads in the chapter include one on how to handle the inherent dormancy of the winter season. Also included in the chapter are lessons on cord cutting, auric cleansing, and
Tarot by the Moon is Victoria Constantino’s new book. They say don’t judge a book by its cover, but they’d be wrong in this case. The cover is gorgeous as is the interior design. The cover and design promise a revealing of the moon’s magic combined with tarot and the book delivers. The October moon usually called the Hunter’s Moon marks a time of year when our ancestors hunted and preserved meat for the winter. In modern life, it is the time of year we begin putting our gardens to bed and preparing the house for winter. In addition to spreads, spells, and rituals, Victoria includes tidbits of useful tarot (and other related) tips. Here you can sample a reading to help you prepare
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Victoria Constantino, author of the new Tarot by the Moon.
So you know you want a new deck, but where do you begin? With so many varieties of tarot and oracle decks to choose from, it can be challenging to know where to start. It seems like there are decks for every interest and aesthetic preference. Even beyond appearances, the question remains: How do you find a deck with which you connect?
Those who work with tarot and oracle decks often know that what seems like a simple pack of cards can hold much greater significance. When you ask a question, whether it's life-altering or quotidian, your deck becomes the mouthpiece of the universe. A
Tarot by the Moon by Victoria Constantino
Tarot by the Moon is a wonderful new book by a new Llewellyn author, Victoria Constantino. Tarot readers often pay attention to the energies of the world, including the Moon. In this book, Victoria gives us moon lore, spreads, spells, and rituals for each month. In addition, helpful tarot tips are sprinkled throughout.
Enjoy these excerpts from the chapter on August: The Sturgeon Moon
Named for the fish that swim in abundance this time of year, the Sturgeon Moon shines during a time of plenty and is also known as the Dispute Moon, the Fruit Moon, or the Green Corn Moon.
The Sturgeon Moon tarot spreads included in this chapter guide